• Men’s top seeds: Novak Djokovic, Daniil Medvedev, Rafael Nadal, Dominic Thiem
  • Women’s top seeds: Ashleigh Barty, Naomi Osaka, Aryna Sabalenka, Sofia Kenin
  • 2020 champions: Rafael Nadal, Iga Swiatek
  • Main draw British Interest: Johanna Konta, Heather Watson, Dan Evans, Cameron Norrie
PARIS, FRANCE – Everything you need to know about Roland Garros 2020, from seeds, prediction polls, plus the daily order of play, full results and more.

 

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When does Roland Garros 2021 take place?

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Roland Garros takes place this year between 30 May and 13 June in Paris, France. The Ladies final will be on Saturday 12 June and the Men’s final on Sunday 13 June.

 

What is the provisional schedule of Roland Garros 2021?

Sunday 30 May 11am (10am BST) Men’s & Women’s Singles R1
Monday 31 May 11am (10am BST) Men’s & Women’s Singles R1
Tuesday 1 June 11am (10am BST) Men’s & Women’s Singles R1

Men’s Doubles R1

Wednesday 2 June 11am (10am BST) Men’s & Women’s Singles R2

Men’s & Women’s Doubles R1

Thursday 3 June 11am (10am BST) Men’s & Women’s Singles R2

Men’s Doubles R2

Women’s Doubles R1

Friday 4 June 11am (10am BST) Men’s & Women’s Singles R3

Men’s & Women’s Doubles R2

Saturday 5 June 11am (10am BST) Men’s & Women’s Singles R3

Men’s Doubles R3

Women’s Doubles R2

Sunday 6 June 11am (10am BST) Men’s & Women’s Singles R4

Men’s & Women’s Doubles R3

Boys’ & Girls’ R1

Monday 7 June 11am (10am BST) Men’s & Women’s Singles R4

Men’s Doubles Quarter-finals

Women’s Doubles R3

Boys’ & Girls’ R1 & R2

Tuesday 8 June 11am (10am BST)

(12pm/11am BST on Court Philippe-Chatrier)

Men’s & Women’s Singles Quarter-finals

Men’s & Women’s Doubles Quarter-finals

Boys’ & Girls’ R2

Boys’ & Girls Doubles R1

Wednesday 9 June 11am (10am BST)

(12pm/11am BST on Court Philippe-Chatrier)

 

Men’s & Women’s Singles Quarter-finals

Women’s Doubles Quarter-finals

Boys’ & Girls’ Singles R3

Boy’s & Girl’s Doubles R2

Wheelchair R1

Thursday 10 June 11am (10am BST)

(3pm/2pm BST on Court Philippe-Chatrier)

 

Men’s & Women’s Singles Semi-finals

Men’s Doubles Semi-finals

Boys’ & Girls’ Singles Quarter-finals

Boys’ & Girls’ Doubles Quarter-finals

Wheelchair R2

Quad

Friday 11 June 11am (10am BST)

(2:50pm/1:50pm BST on Court Philippe-Chatrier)

Men’s Singles Semi-finals

Women’s Doubles Semi-finals

Boys’ & Girls’ Singles Semi-finals

Boys’ & Girls’ Doubles Semi-finals

Wheelchair & Quad Semi-finals & Finals

Saturday 12 June 11am (10am BST)

(3pm/2pm BST on Court Philippe-Chatrier)

 

Women’s Singles Final

Men’s Doubles Final

Boys’ & Girls’ Singles & Doubles Finals

Wheelchair & Quad Finals

Sunday 13 June 11:30 (10:30am BST) Women’s Doubles Final

Men’s Singles Final (n.b. 3pm – 2pm BST)

 

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Roland Garros Daily Schedule, Draws & Results

ROLAND GARROS

Order of Play

MEN WOMEN
Singles Singles
Doubles Doubles
Qualifying Qualifying
Juniors
Singles Singles
Doubles Doubles
Wheelchair Tennis
Singles Singles
Doubles Doubles
Quad Singles Quad Doubles
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How to Watch Roland Garros 2021

In the UK, Eurosport and ITV4 have the rights to broadcast all the action from Roland Garros 2021 You will need a subscription to Eurosport, and all courts will be available on Eurosport Player (which also requires a subscription).

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Who are the Roland Garros defending champions?

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Rafael Nadal won a record-breaking 13th title last year, with a dominant performance over Novak Djokovic. It has been a consistent enough start for him on the clay this year, with quarter-finals in Monte Carlo and Madrid, and titles in Barcelona and Rome.

Iga Swiatek started slowly with an earlier than expected exit in Madrid but more than made up for it with a crushing defeat handed down to Karolina Pliskova without the loss of a single game. But we have seen what the pressure of defending a maiden title can do.

 

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